Which course to pursue as I have completed my class 12th?

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    Dharamveer Dheer Educator at University | Scholar-Level 18

    a year ago
    Dear MahendraYour career decision depends on your interests and aptitude, you must try to check your aptitude here: https://www.lpu.in/admission/career_assessment.php If you wish to land up in a job quickly. The commerce students have following options:1. B.Com. 2. Law. 3. CA (Chartered accountancy). 4. BBA. 5. Bachelors of economics. 6. CS (Company secretary) course. 7. Hospitality Diploma courses. 8. Animation and multimedia courses. 9. Journalism and mass communication. 10. Event management course. 11. Fashion design and technology. 12. Hotel management. 13. B.Tech in various streams14. B. Design15. B. Plan16. B.ArchChoose whichever intere... view more
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    Surabhi Chaudhary Engineer at Honda Cars India Limited | Guide-Level 11

    6 years ago
    I suppose you want to ask how to get into an engineering college. So for that you need to take JEE, bitsat, Manipal, and other entrance exams. The forns are generally available from Nov-March. Prepare well for these and give a shot.
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    vinayak chindarkar qualified cost accountant managing portfolio

    5 years ago
    It depends on your career goals. If you want to make your career in accounts or want to become professional you can do either CA CMA or CS or LLB, if you want to explore finance or investment field then opt for CFA FRM CFP or MBA from a well known institute which will give a good shape to your career.
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    Suni K | Guide-Level 14

    5 years ago
    It depends on where you would like to see yourself after the completion of the course. If your were PCM for your +2, then a B Tech/BE is the most preferred choice. B Sc, BBA, BCA are also preferred by many. If your ultimate aim is Civil Services then any degree will do. If you were PCB for your +2 then MBBS stands to be the most preferred option with BDS, BAMS, BHMS, B Sc Nursing, Diary Sciences or Agriculture to follow. Home Science, Nutrition and Dietectics etc. will help you become a nutritionist. If you were commerce stream for your +2, then B Com, BCA, BA, BBA etc are the preferred options.
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    Smita G MCA, MBA, DISM, DCA, CPISM | Guide-Level 11

    6 years ago
    Kindly, tell your class 12th stream.
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    Swapnaneel Bhuiya | Scholar-Level 17

    3 years ago
    It depends on your career goals. If you want to make your career in accounts or want to become professional you can do either CA, CMA, CS or LLB. If you want to explore finance or investment field then opt for CFA, FRM, CFP or MBA from a well-known institute which will give a good shape to your career.
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    Shabih Fatima I am here to help.

    2 years ago
    Hi!
    There are hundreds of courses that you can go for after completing your twelfth. Chose the field which you have an interest in, also it depends on which stream you belong to. There are great career options in every stream. If you have a,
    1. Commerce Background: You can go to CA B.Com B.A. CS etc.
    2. Arts Background: you can do your graduation with Bachelor's of Arts etc.
    3. PCM: Engineering, etc.
    4. PCB: MBBS Biotechnology, Biochemistry, etc.
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    Muskan Marodia | Contributor-Level 8

    3 years ago
    This is completely based on your interest and subject preferences if you are interested in business studies or management than you can go for doing BBA and if you are interested in gaining technically knowledge, then you can go for B.Tech.
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    Kirti Dua Announcer, AIR | Guide-Level 11

    3 years ago
    It totally depends on your interest. What you want to do? In which you are good and can work harder. B.Com is very general and common study. B.Tech - if you are keen to do some technical work
    Accounting and Commerce - Do you like to make accounts and want to do calculation? Engineering - Want to be? Nobody can guide you until you decide on your own that on which path you want to go. Please think and choose. All the best.
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    syed shaizan | Contributor-Level 8

    3 years ago
    Kindly mention your stream in your question, whether you are a science, commerce or an arts student.

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